What's the best way to protect the cargo area?

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The weathertech mat is great. Keeps my dogs muddy paws well contained and it fits perfectly. Well worth it.
Thank you for the recommendation! That looks like a good option, it's definitely on the top of my list!



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I too have the WeatherTech, in my JLU, make sure that you get the right one. Leather vs Cloth seats, sub woofer vs not.
It keeps the back clean for kids cleats, sports gear, baseball infield clay, spilled water bottles etc...
 
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I too have the WeatherTech, in my JLU, make sure that you get the right one. Leather vs Cloth seats, sub woofer vs not.
It keeps the back clean for kids cleats, sports gear, baseball infield clay, spilled water bottles etc...
Thank you for weighing in on this! Have you tried the cargo tech "holders" with your liner. Curious how well they work to keep things from flying around on the liner. Thanks!
 

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Thank you for weighing in on this! Have you tried the cargo tech "holders" with your liner. Curious how well they work to keep things from flying around on the liner. Thanks!
Nope, I just let stuff slide around :LOL:
In truth, stuff doesn't seem to slide around too much, maybe theres enough friction with the rubber and the surface of the mat?
 
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Nope, I just let stuff slide around :LOL:
In truth, stuff doesn't seem to slide around too much, maybe theres enough friction with the rubber and the surface of the mat?
I was wondering about that. I know stuff slides around on the carpet and I have cargo holders with velcro from an gti I had but the velcro will not stick to the carpet . I'm hoping the rubber mat will solve that! Thank you!
 

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Installed in on my wife's JL. Its a nice fit and covers it pretty well if the rear seats are folded down/up. Purchased one for mine as well.

Wow...that looks like a great choice...great coverage, and access to the 12V plug, and floor attachments.
Great price too.
 

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I went with the Canvasback and really like it.
https://www.canvasback.com/

I went with it because I wanted coverage on the rear seat backs but the Mopar option was not full width. It also has access to the d rings and slots so you can still access the storage area at the rear. Only downside it that the material is not grippy so stuff slides around.
 
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